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... follow me. He walked us up and down little streets, across a main road and right into the heart of Little India.
After thanking him profusely, we walked a few yards and there it was. The best Indian restaurant in Penang. We went in and sat down and immediately a man was with us presenting a menu. We ordered loads! We had both said on the bus earlier we fancied Indian tonight as we hadn't had a proper Indian curry since leaving India ...
... to Butterworth (an authentic Malaysian name don't you think?)
The train was quite different from the one we'd travelled on in Vietnam- there were no cabins. It had seats which then got turned into bunk beds in the evening. We settled in for the long haul and then got chatting to a guy called Daniel, from Cardiff of all places!
... completely. He was peeing up a storm and eating normally again without vomiting. He was much happier and scampered around searching for attention and dog treats. The vet and the dog’s parents finally caught up on their sleep as well, and lived to have many more adventures.
Cast of Characters:
Yorkshire terrier: Junior
Dog’s mom: Candace Cavilee
Dog’s dad: Shane Cavilee
Imported vet from Australia: Gaby ...
... just in time for the house band to come on to perform. The house band were amazing, especially one of the lead singers. We ended up staying to watch as we were in awe with their voices and performances. It then dawned on us that Darren and I needed to skype mummy as it was getting quite late. We got back to the room to skype mummy and it was a good skype. Unfortunately, she had a blurred picture of us but we had a good picture of her. It was time to call it a night at 2am and ...
... the brain can take before switching off and/or becoming blase about sights- you need time to stand still to grow into a place - just to be - and appreciate fully what somewhere may offer- there’s no rush, right now we have the gift of time- our budget will only stretch so far, travel to different countries costs dosh and accommodation rates greatly reduce on a monthly basis so it makes economic sense to take our time
So, as ...